|Erstellt: 22.08.19, 07:38 Betreff: Re: Started talking to a Swedish man
You are not 13 years old but 23 years old and it is time to think about marriage and creating a family. You have so successfully met the Swede www.dating.com/best-advice-on-dating-swedish-men/
and now you still doubt whether it is worth meeting him. many girls would love to be in your place. Indeed, in Sweden, a woman has many rights and is well protected socially. Many Swedes have several marriages, and children themselves choose where to live after a divorce - with dad or mom often prefer to spend two weeks alternately with each of the parents.
Swedish popes are very responsible for children - the question of the enforcement of child support is never raised; children under 18 receive regular assistance from their father or if his whereabouts are unknown from the state. Single mothers also have significant benefits for paying for housing and child allowance.
Swedes-townspeople buy housing very rarely. Mostly they live in government apartments, paying rent for them. In terms of materiality, it is important for Swedes to meet certain standards to be "no worse than others."
Usually both spouses work in the family, but it is customary to have different bank accounts separate for the husband and wife. Together, the spouses pay for utilities - telephone water, electricity and share among themselves the cost of food. And for other purchases, for example, clothes, everyone spends funds from their own account. So the real Sweden is actually a strong cell of modern society arranged quite reasonably. The main thing is an infinitely calm and respectful relationship with each other, which many can learn from the Swedes.
[editiert: 22.08.19, 07:39 von Kllara]